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Does smoked fish still have Omega-3?

Asked: FamilleDmonde, Last Updated:

So there you have it: smoked fish can be a decent source of omega-3 fats (as long as the raw fish was rich in them). ... Compare that to 222 mg in one ounce of smoked salmon or 567 mg in one ounce of lox. The extra sodium could counterbalance any benefits from omega-3 fats. I enjoy lox.

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